PFMR aims to strengthen public financial management systems in a bid to enhance transparency, accountability and responsiveness to public expenditure policy priorities. The ultimate vision of the Programme is not only to improve provision of essential public services but also to ensure economic growth, poverty reduction and good governance to the people of Kenya.
To achieve the PFMR vision, 15 key component areas of the public financial system are undergoing far reaching financial management reforms. These component areas, which have further been grouped into six key reform pillars, are in many cases, combining their efforts to reach the Programme’s desired vision.
Theme One: Macro-Economic Management and Resource Mobilization, The overall objective is to strengthen macro-economic forecasting and enhance collection, accounting and timely reporting of public revenues at national and county Governments, in line with macro-economic fiscal policies … Readmore
Key reforms were initiated under the ERS 2003-2007 including the strengthening of the PFM legal framework and the establishment of key PFM institutions, the development and roll out of IFMIS, IPPD and PMIS, and development of programme-based budgeting manual … Readmore